1009 Perry Street
Watertown, WI 53094
For scheduling, registration and other information
Season June 2 - August 24
Monday - Saturday 11:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm -7:00pm
Click here to print out a Season Pass Application
Direction to Aquatic Center
Map of Area
Birthday Party Form
The Watertown Park and Recreation Department invites you to the Watertown Aquatic Center Complex! This municipal pool offers a fun-filled day of refreshing activities for the whole family! Swimmers can take advantage of the many features such as the large zero depth area. This area enables swimmers to enjoy the heated water in a variety of depths from 0' to 5Ĺ feet in the main pool. Other features include a 12' Mushroom Waterfall, several floor fountains, and even waterslides for the younger set! Enjoy a wild ride down our 216 foot waterslide and take a plunge on our 24 foot dropslide. There is also a one-meter diving board, 25 meter lap lanes and an area for water basketball.
The Aquatic Center also features a sand playground area, concession stand with adjacent eating areas, sand volleyball court, sun arbors, large deck and grass area with lounge chairs, and a bathhouse with coin-operated lockers for your convenience.
Contact the Watertown Park and Recreation Department or the Watertown Aquatic Center, to make arrangements to rent the pool for your company picnic, family reunion, or special party.
Everyone loves a great birthday party! Let us help celebrate your special day by hosting your party. For one price, each member of the party shall receive admission to the Aquatic Center, food and refreshments, party favors and a special party announcement for one and all to hear.
Monday-Friday 11 am - 7 pm
Saturday 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 7 pm
Varied and are published prior to holiday.
Under One is free
Yearly Passes for city residents
and non city residents are available.
The Aquatic Center is located in Riverside Park, one of the cityís finest park facilities. Riverside Park features many picnic areas, Chamberland (a large playground structure), tennis, volleyball, baseball and basketball facilities. Free parking is plentiful, so all are welcome!
Anytime a large number of people get together, germs, bacteria and other creepy-crawlies can exist! In an environment that is chemically treated and designed to kill germs and other disease-causing bacteria, some forms of bacteria can still sneak in; Bacteria like cryptosporidium, e-coli, streptococci, staphylococcus!! Itís amazing what lurks under the water! Although, chemicals kill most of these bacteria, preventing these creepy-crawlies from entering our
pool water in the first place is the best practice. We can all maintain our health by following the rules listed below:
1. Always take a shower before entering the pool.
2. Always wash hands after using toilet facilities and/or when changing diapers before re-entering the pool.
3. Teach children appropriate places to go to the bathroom.
4. Teach children not to drink the pool water.
5. Please do not change your babyís diaper on deck; baby-changing stations are available for your use in the locker rooms. Please dispose soiled disposable diapers in an appropriate location (trash cans).
6. Patrons who are under 4 years of age or who are not toilet-trained UST
Wear leak-proof protective pants. This product for children is available at the front desk for a nominal fee
7. Patrons who have had flu-like symptoms including diarrhea (loose\watery stool) within the past two weeks, should not go swimming.
Education is a part of the plan to remain safe and healthy. Effective water treatment practices and cleanliness is the other part of the plan. You do your part and we will do ours. Together we can keep our pool water disease free. Remember, DONíT DRINK THE WATER !!
Itís your skin -- are you protecting it? Research shows that about 80% of skin cancers could be prevented by protecting ourselves from the sunís rays. For children, avoiding sunburn during childhood/adolescence is very important in reducing the risk of skin cancer when they are adults.
Educate your kids and yourself -- enjoy the outdoors,
Be SUN--SMART !!
Wear a hat
Cover up with protective clothing
Use sunscreen with a 15 SPF or higher
Limit your time in the sun -- Stay cool in the shade !!
ITíS YOUR SKIN -- WEAR IT WELL !!
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